Their Thursday Burger Night is really getting the North Fork popping.
So, your pup can’t drink beer—but he can enjoy treats made from what’s left over.
What do farmers do during the off-season? We’re glad you asked.
Before fall officially began, young farmer Lily reflected on summer’s end. Let’s travel back with her to before the Autumnal Equinox.
Sometimes you just have to let the weeds win. Here, young-farmer Lily takes us to where the wild things are.
Farming can feel like a struggle when you can’t control the weather or the weeds.
Weeding can be cathartic: the utter destruction, feeling a long stretchy root release the earth and come up in your hand.
Do you really have to choose between the chicken and the egg?
#poppin #up with @thefarmbeyond right now! #orach #chrysanthemumleaves #floweringbroccoli #lambsquarter #pasturedeggs and lots more #farmfresh #northfork #eatlocal #eattheweeds A photo posted by Lily's Farm…
Collaboration, with the universe or the farmer next door, may not provide a new truck, but it can give you a place to sell your eggs.
Sometimes, to get where you’re going, you have to follow the wind.
When it’s your own farm, you’re the only one to blame, or congratulate.